Indiana Pacers Exec Kevin Pritchard Drops Listing Price

Life at the highest levels of professional sports often involves having to move to new cities hundreds or thousands of miles away—after all, the jobs are few and far between. Often it means you have to sell your home after only a few years, as in the case of NBA general manager Kevin Pritchard.
Pritchard starting working in the front office of the Portland Trailblazers in 2003, and four years later, he was named the team’s general manager. Soon after, he bought a beautiful lakeside home for $1.6 million.
Pritchard was fired in 2010, and his Oregon residence has been on the market since then. After several markdowns over the years, the house is current priced at $2.595 million; Terry Sprague is the listing agent.
Located in Lake Oswego, OR, the house sits on the southeast end of Lake Oswego itself, a few miles from George Rogers Park. Downtown Portland is just a 20-minute drive north.
The Mediterranean-style house sits right on the shore of the lake and surrounded by greenery. You can take a boat out on to the lake though your private dock, and a patio area allows you to gather lakeside. The outdoor fireplace will keep you warm when it’s chilly outside, and there are plenty of balconies along the house for enjoying the lake.
Totaling 4,070 square feet, the house has five bedrooms, four full bathrooms and two half baths. The house is filled with natural wood accents and beams that perfectly match the location. The floors in the shared areas are made of 100-year-old Douglas Fir wood.
The gourmet kitchen is great for entertaining—it’s large and spacious, while offering counter seating for your guests, and it leads to a lakeside balcony.
Pritchard rebounded from his dismissal in Portland and is currently the general manager of the Indiana Pacers. Before becoming an NBA exec, he played in the league for six years and holds the distinction of being the first player to be signed by the Vancouver Grizzlies in 1995. Pritchard was drafted by the Golden State Warriors as the 34th overall pick in 1990 after winning an NCAA title with the University of Kansas in 1988.

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